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A route of arms takes to the great Brazilian cartels in Argentina

ROSARIO.- Until now, only traces of Primer Comando Capital appeared and other cartels in Brazil, in a country embodied in what is called “solitary wolves”….

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China’s Rapidly Advancing Caribbean Role

For some years now, China has sought to deepen its relations with the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. It has done so as…

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Dominican Republic places 1,200 additional military personnel to guard the border

Santo Domingo, DR The Defense Minister, Lieutenant General Rubén Dario Paulino Sem, and the Commander General of the Dominican Army, Major General Estanislao Gonell Regalado…

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Cuban ambassador exchanges with leader of the Communist Party of China

HAVANA, Cuba, May 27 (acn) Carlos Miguel Pereira, Cuban ambassador to China, held an exchange with Wang Yulin, director-general of the Bureau of Latin America…

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3 Risks facing the expanded Panama Canal

The newly expanded Panama Canal faces serious risks from competitors, climate change, and changes in the shipping industry, which could result in instability. After a…

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Former police chief of Honduras accused of trafficking drugs to US

US prosecutors allege ‘El Tigre’ trafficked cocaine on behalf of Honduran president. US federal prosecutors have accused the former national police chief of Honduras of trafficking tonnes…

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How Political Science Explains Countries’ Reactions to COVID-19

A comparison between Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico shows the decisive role of institutions. Why did Argentina, Brazil and Mexico react so differently to COVID-19? Responses…

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Inside Mauricio Macri’s Delicate Campaign to Rebuild Argentina’s Military

BY ANDREI SERBIN PONT The former president tried to bring the armed forces out of the shadow of the last dictatorship. Will his successor reverse course?…

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Who the Oil Price Collapse Hurts Most in Latin America

BY FRANCISCO MONALDI From Argentina to Mexico, oil producing countries will suffer, but some may face disaster. Collapsing oil prices amid the COVID-19 crisis are reshaping…

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